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Air Conditioning FAQs
What Should I Look For When I
Am Inspecting My AC Unit?
 Switch off the breaker to isolate the power.
 Check the mechani...
Why is My Air Conditioning Unit
Freezing Up?
Reasons for air conditioners to freeze up:
 Improperly maintained older unit...
Is it Normal For My AC Unit To
Have Condensation?
Yes, it is typical for an air conditioner. A lack of condensation indica...
Looking For Air Conditioning & Heating
Service in Fort Worth? Call
817-284-9204
http://brownservice.net
6340 Baker Bouleva...
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Air Conditioning FAQs

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Brown Service Co. has compiled a list of some of our customers' most frequently asked questions about their air conditioning systems. For more answers about air conditioning repair service, contact Brown Service:
Brown Service Company
6340 Baker Boulevard
Richland Hills, TX 76118
Phone: 817-284-9204
http://www.brownservice.net/

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Air Conditioning FAQs

  1. 1. Air Conditioning FAQs
  2. 2. What Should I Look For When I Am Inspecting My AC Unit?  Switch off the breaker to isolate the power.  Check the mechanical and electrical components.  Take note of any loose wires, corroded contacts, signs of vermin or other red flags  Clean up visible dust and change clogged filters.  Check to hear if your unit hums with a consistent tone. Upon hearing unusual mechanical noises, you should consider repairing or replacing the AC.  Test the thermostat to check the temperature of the air coming out of your vents.
  3. 3. Why is My Air Conditioning Unit Freezing Up? Reasons for air conditioners to freeze up:  Improperly maintained older units often freeze up.  Restricted airflow over the internal components, caused by dust buildup and clogged filters, prevents heat absorption capability of an AC unit.  Condensation trapped along the internal components freezes the AC unit.  Leaking refrigerant lines or internal damage to the working mechanical components can create pressure zones, thereby freeze AC units.
  4. 4. Is it Normal For My AC Unit To Have Condensation? Yes, it is typical for an air conditioner. A lack of condensation indicates a larger problem. What Causes Condensation? Temperature changes cause humidity to condense on the lines and other components of an AC unit. On some humid days, that condensation on the draining system causes water stagnation under or near the AC. Consequently, water cannot escape and we experience unpleasant smells and contamination. Upon detection of such odors, you should contact an HVAC technician for a professional inspection.
  5. 5. Looking For Air Conditioning & Heating Service in Fort Worth? Call 817-284-9204 http://brownservice.net 6340 Baker Boulevard, Richland Hills, TX 76118

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